The BTW checker is estimating 57 / 20 for my line (cabinet went live on the checker today). Can I really expect to get the full 20 (19.0-19.5 actual) given my estimated downstream (I'm in the region of ~300M from the cabinet, as the cables lie).
My local primary school is right beside 'my' fibre cabinet and the BTW checker estimates 76 / 20 for their line. I was surprised to see the same upstream estimate for both lines, given the 300M difference in distance from the cabinet (reflected in the downstream difference of 20Mbps).
I'd like to understand the relationship between upstream and distance, at what distance does the upstream start to drop-off., in comparison to the downstream.
Is upstream artificially capped at very short distances, hence why at distances like 300M 20Mbps is still possible?
Edited by mikeysoft (Wed 18-Sep-13 10:18:20)